Children play doctor at YouZeum

Air enters the mannequin's chest as Emma Day, 7, tries to revive the doll. "He's not breathing!" she shouts. Emma and her friends participated in "Doctor Day," YouZeum's School's Out program, on Monday while school was closed in observance of President's Day. Elementary and middle schools will be also closed Friday for a teacher workday, so the YouZeum will host another event called "Science is Everywhere."

Swimmers dive in for 200-meter breaststroke

York, Pa., YMCA member Caleb J. Tuten dives at the start of the second heat of the 200-meter breaststroke at the Missouri Grand Prix on Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

Ryan Lochte swims in final

Ryan Lochte swims the 100-meter backstroke final Saturday in the Missouri Grand Prix.

Ryan Lochte starts his race

Ryan Lochte, front, pushes off for the 100-meter backstroke finals Saturday during the fourth annual Missouri Grand Prix at the Mizzou Aquatics Center.

Muleskinner president speaks at forum

In February 2010, Wiley Miller, Boone County Muleskinner president, speaks before the meeting with the Fourth Ward City Council candidates at Stamper Commons on the Stephens College campus.

Fourth Ward candidates speak at forum

Fourth Ward City Council candidates, from the left, Daryl Dudley, Rick Buford, Sarah Read and Tracy Greever-Rice speak in front of the Muleskinners at Stamper Commons on Friday.

Sarah Read at forum

Sarah Read, candidate of the Fourth Ward City Council, answers a question for Herbert K. Tillema at Stamper Commons on the Stephens College campus on Friday.

Five-medal winner

Mission Viejo swimmer Chloe Sutton swims to win the bronze medal in the women's 200-meter butterfly at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday. Sutton finished out the Grand Prix with five medals, three of them gold.

Silver medal in freestyle

Missouri swimmer Kimberly Jasmer receives her silver medal for her 56.58-second swim, just behind U.S. National Team member Amanda Weir (center) at 56.19 seconds, in the women's 100-meter freestyle event at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday.

Davie Nadadores Swim Team

Members of the Davie Nadadores Swim Team pose as they wait to receive medals for both first and second place in the men's 400-meter freestyle relay at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday.

200-meter butterfly

Davie Nadadores Swim Team member James C. Moore competes in the men's 200-meter butterfly race on Sunday. Moore placed 17th overall, and first in his heat.

Women's 100-meter freestyle

Missouri swimmer Kimberly Jasmer dives into the pool to start the women's 100-meter freestyle championship race at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday. Jasmer won second place in the race.

200-meter backstroke

Lithuanian swimmer Vytautas Janusaitis swims in the championship final heat for the men's 200-meter backstroke at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday. Janusaitis placed fourth overall in the race.

Warming up for finals

Swimmers at the Missouri Grand Prix warm up on Sunday night in the pool before the finals round of races begins.

Edwards waits for race to resume

Carl Edwards stands on pit road during a delay of more than an hour and a half in the Daytona 500.

Missouri swimmer men's 1500-meter freestyle

University of Missouri swimmer Vito Cammisano competes in the men's 1500-meter freestyle preliminary on Sunday in the Missouri Grand Prix.

Cheering for Victory at the Grand Prix

St. Louis Rockwood Swim Club members Patrick Vega, 14, and Sean Feher, 16, cheer on teammate Lauren Votava during the women's 200-meter butterfly on Sunday. Both are participating in their first Missouri Grand Prix.

Helping all along at Missouri Grand Prix

Kansas City Blazers swimmer Nick Foster pulls up a sign used to remind swimmers what lap they're completing during longer races in the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday. Foster was helping teammate Amy Davis as she swam the women's 800-meter freestyle preliminary.

Back in the water

Eumir Quintero Castañeda pushes off at the start of the men's 200-meter backstroke preliminary at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday.

Giving it another go

Parkland Aquatic Club swimmer Synder Stinner, 16, warms up in the diving well at the Missouri Grand Prix on Sunday. This is Stinner's second year at the Grand Prix.